Angela Leong and Mona Fong share similar pasts and futures.
For more than a year in the late 1990s, the most eye-catching feature of Casino Lisboa, Stanley Ho’s flagship gambling joint in Macau, was not its VIP gaming halls for million-dollar high rollers, its gleaming rows of slot machines, or its scantily clad girls. It was the dirty carpet.
As he turns 84, casino king Stanley Ho’s family and Hong Kongers get a clear message.
As Stanley Ho's health and empire hangs in the balance, he makes a last-ditch attempt to outfox his rivals.